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2014/09/23 13:01
2014/09/23 13:01
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Who are the caryatids on the Euston Road, which pub was named after a Titanic survivor, and whose statue now stands on the site she burned to the ground? Images of women can be found in London’s...
2014/09/23 13:01
2014/09/23 13:01
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2014/09/19 12:13
2014/09/19 12:13
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To generate momentum the Yes camp had to create a bandwagon. It’s being said that it is great for democracy that so many got involved in politics for the first time, and that’s true. It’s also true...
2014/09/19 05:09
2014/09/19 05:09
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... And the polls have closed... 21.59: More from the US where Scotland's big moment is gaining traction on the big networks, although there is some confusion amongst pundits David Millward, US...
2014/09/17 20:28
2014/09/17 20:28
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Revellers will now be charged £10 to view the New Year's fireworks display.PA Plans are in place to charge New Year's revellers £10 to watch the end of year fireworks display in London. 100,000...
2014/09/17 14:01
2014/09/17 14:01
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Diver Tom Daley has made a splash as a fashion model as he launched a new range of outfits. The Olympic and Commonwealth Games medallist posed in the autumn/winter collection for the Adidas NEO...
2014/09/17 12:13
2014/09/17 12:13
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The Olympic and Commonwealth Games medallist – who is the UK ambassador for the sports brand - was pictured modelling the new teen line in a number of locations around London. Twenty year old Tom can...
2014/09/17 10:02
2014/09/17 10:02
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Tickets will cost �10 and be available online from the end of September. It is understood that the scheme has been modelled on Edinburgh's Hogmanay night when the city centre is closed to non-ticket...
2014/09/16 12:01
2014/09/16 12:01
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As part of the Totally Thames festival, Londonist last week took to the good ship Millennium Diamond (flagship of the City Cruises fleet) for a quiz along the Thames. We set 50 questions, all relating...
2014/09/12 14:49
2014/09/12 14:49
11d
... is based on the true story of an unlikely alliance between miners and gay rights activists in 1980s Britain. The film is set in the summer of 1984, at a time when Margaret Thatcher’s plans to...
2014/09/06 18:17
2014/09/06 18:17
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Boris Karpichkov is the spy who was left out in the cold, reports the Sunday People. And even in the warmth of a London hotel room a chill goes down my spine as this trained killer’s knuckles jab...
Read more at Daily Mirror, New Kerala
2014/09/04 11:32
2014/09/04 11:32
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The latest Wight at Westminster Day left parliamentarians impressed, according to Isle of Wight MP Andrew Turner. MPS and peers who attended the latest Wight at Westminster event were astounded by...
2014/09/03 16:09
2014/09/03 16:09
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Victoria Embankment Gardens You'll find more peaceful benches in Victoria Embankment Gardens, on the opposite side of the road. The gardens run from Blackfriars Bridge to Westminster Bridge and...
2014/09/03 10:43
2014/09/03 10:43
20d
Opponents of National Health Service privatisation have today (3 September) hung a banner from Westminster Bridge in central London reading “Save Our NHS”. Members of NHS Direct Action dropped the...
2014/09/01 21:47
2014/09/01 21:47
22d
A teenage boy had to be rescued from drowning in the River Thames - after jumping in for a YouTube dare. Fortunately a lifeboat crew was near the scene in central London and managed to rescue the...
Read more at Daily Mirror, London SE1
2014/08/28 15:39
2014/08/28 15:39
26d
Doctor Who: London calling (Picture: PA) For a man with the entire universe at his fingertips, the Doctor seems to spend an awful lot of time in the British Isles. He has a particular fondness for...
2014/08/28 07:35
2014/08/28 07:35
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After walking on water and levitating off a double-decker bus, Dynamo’s next stunt had to be big. But fans were left unimpressed when the illusionist dangled himself 1,016ft above London between the...
2014/08/26 06:49
2014/08/26 06:49
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Historian Arthur R. Nicholls describes the origin of some ‘animals’ to be found in Kendal THE centre of Kendal would once have echoed daily to the sounds of animals, wild and domestic. Every year...
2014/08/24 10:48
2014/08/24 10:48
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Analysis That so-called Macaca nigra monkey selfie isn’t in the public domain, no matter what Wikipedia wants you to think. And the consequence of the encyclopedia's stance on the matter could come...
2014/08/21 11:09
2014/08/21 11:09
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The Phoenix Cinema, East Finchley London's oldest continuously-running cinema, it opened in 1912 and has patrons including Mike Leigh and Ken Loach. The choice is typically high-brow - showing this...
2014/09/23 13:01
2014/09/23 13:01
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